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dhr. prof. dr. S.G.M. (Sven) Dupré

Geschiedenis van kunst, wetenschap en techniek (leerstoel in samenwerking met de Universiteit Utrecht)
  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
    Capaciteitsgroep Conservering en Restauratie
  • Bezoekadres
    Johannes Vermeerplein 1  
  • Postadres:
    Johannes Vermeerplein  1
    1071 DV  Amsterdam
  • S.G.M.Dupre@uva.nl

Sven Dupré is Professor of History of Art, Science and Technology at the University of Amsterdam (Conservation & Restoration) and Chair of History of Art, Science and Technology at Utrecht University (History & Art History).

Previously he was Professor of History of Knowledge at the Freie Universität and Director of the Research Group ‘Art and Knowledge in Premodern Europe’ at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin. In Spring 2017 he was a visiting fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study (University of Warwick) and the Center for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH, University of Cambridge). In Spring 2015 he was Robert H. Smith Scholar in Residence for Renaissance Sculpture in Context at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. His research has been supported by visiting fellowships at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and at the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science. 

Dupré's research is at the crossroads of technical art history and the history of science and technology. He is the Director of the project ‘Technique in the Arts: Concepts, Practices, Expertise, 1500-1950’ (ARTECHNE), supported by a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant, in cooperation with conservators at the Atelier Building in Amsterdam, where the Rijksmuseum, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and the University of Amsterdam combine their knowledge in the field of restoration of art objects. Since 2018 he also heads the NWO Smart Culture digital art history project on the history of glass focusing on the archives of the artist Sybren Valkema (1916-1996), in collaboration with the Foundation Vrij Glas, the RKD Netherlands Institute for Art History, the Corning Museum of Glass and the Glasmuseum Hentrich, Dusseldorf. He is a member of the advisory boards of the NIAS-Lorentz Program (Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study & Lorentz Center) and the NICAS Scientific Working Group (Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science).

He is a member of the editorial boards of the journals Nuncius, Science in Context and Studium, an associate editor of History of Humanities, a former member of the advisory board of Isis, co-editor of the Nuncius book series on material and visual history of science (Brill Publishers), and an advisory board member of the book series Studies in Art & Materiality (Brill Publishers).

Sven Dupré directs the project ‘Technique in the Arts: Concepts, Practices, Expertise, 1500-1950’ (ARTECHNE), supported by a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant, in cooperation with conservators at the Atelier Building (Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science - NICAS) in Amsterdam, where the Rijksmuseum, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and the University of Amsterdam combine their knowledge in the field of restoration of art objects. 

The ARTECHNE project undertakes the experimental reconstruction of historical recipes to open the black box of the transmission of technique in the visual and decorative arts. Considering ‘technique’ as a textual, material and social practice, this project writes a history of ‘technique’ in the visual and decorative arts between 1500 and 1950. The three central research questions here are: (1) what is technique in the visual and decorative arts, (2) how is technique transmitted and studied, and (3) who is considered expert in technique, and why? This project integrates methodologies typical for the humanities and historical disciplines with laboratory work, and lays the historical foundations of the epistemologies of conservation, restoration and technical art history.

The ARTECHNE project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 648718). 

2017

  • Dupré, S. (Ed.) (2017). Forum: Materials and Techniques in Art History. History of Humanities, 2(1). DOI: https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/10.1086/690577 
  • Dupré, S. (2017). Doing it Wrong: The Translation of Artisanal Knowledge and the Codification of Error. In M. Valleriani (Ed.), The Structures of Practical Knowledge (pp. 167-188). Cham : Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-45671-3_6  [details] 
  • Dupré, S. (2017). Materials and Techniques between the Humanities and Science: Introduction. History of Humanities, 2(1), 173-178. DOI: 10.1086/690577  [details] 
  • Dupré, S. (2017). The Making of Practical Optics: Mathematical Practitioners’ Appropriation of Optical Knowledge between Theory and Practice. In L. B. Cormack, S. A. Walton, & J. A. Schuster (Eds.), Mathematical Practitioners and the Transformation of Natural Knowledge in Early Modern Europe (pp. 131-148). (Studies in History and Philosophy of Science; Vol. 45). Cham: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-49430-2_7  [details] 
  • Dupré, S., & Göttler, C. (2017). Introduction: Hidden Artifices. In S. Dupré, & C. Göttler (Eds.), Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts (pp. 1-16). (Visual culture in early modernity). London and New York: Routledge. [details] 

2016

  • Dupré, S. (2016). Die Sichtbarkeit und Unsichtbarkeit von Körperwissen in der Kodifikation der Künste in der frühen Neuzeit. Paragrana, 25, 110-129.
  • Baker, T., Dupré, S., Kusukawa, S., & Leonhard, K. (2016). Introduction: Early Modern Color Worlds. Early Science and Medicine, 20(4-6), 289-307. DOI: 10.1163/15733823-02046p01 

2015

  • Dupré, S., & Egmond, F. (in press). Collecting and Circulating Exotic Naturalia in the Spanish Netherlands. In S. Dupré, B. De Munck, G. Thomas, & G. Vanpaemel (Eds.), Embattled Territory: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands (pp. 199-227). Ghent: Academia Press.

2017

  • Dupré, S., & Göttler, C. (Eds.) (2017). Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts. (Visual culture in early modernity). London and New York: Routledge. [details] 

2016

  • Dupré, S. (2016). [Review of: R. Yeo (2014) Notebooks, English virtuosi, and early modern science]. Isis, 107(4), 839-840. DOI: 10.1086/689691  [details] 
  • Dupré, S. (Author), & Hendriksen, M. M. A. (Author). (2016). Blog: Introducing ARTECHNE – Technique in the Arts, 1500-1950. Web publication/site, The Recipes Project: .
  • Dupré, S., Baker, T., Kusukawa, S., & Leonhard, K. (2016). Early Modern Color Worlds. Leiden: Brill.

2015

  • Dupré, S. (in press). Über die Schwierigkeit der Beschreibung alchemischer Techniken. Johannes Kunckels Übersetzung der Arte Vetraria von Antonio Neri. In P-A. Alt, J. Eming, T. Renz, & V. Wels (Eds.), Magia daemoniaca, Magia naturalis, Zouber: Schreibweisen von Magie und Alchemie in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit (pp. 377-392). (Episteme in Bewegung. Beitrträge zu einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
  • Dupré, S., & Vanpaemel, G. (in press). The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands: Introduction. In S. Dupré, B. De Munck, W. Thomas, & G. Vanpaemel (Eds.), Embattled Territory: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands (pp. 7-21). Ghent: Academia Press.
  • Dupré, S., De Munck, B., Thomas, W., & Vanpaemel, G. (in press). Embattled Territory: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands. Ghent: Academia Press.

2014

  • Dupré, S. (Ed.) (2014). The Correspondence between Ximenez and Neri. In C. Göttler, & S. J. Moran (Eds.), Reading the Inventory: the Possessions of the Portugese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez (1564-1632) in Antwerp [website] Bern: University of Bern.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Laboratories of Art: Alchemy and Art Technology from Antiquity to the 18th Century. New York: Springer.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Art and Alchemy: An Introduction. In S. Dupré, D. von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, & B. Wismer (Eds.), Art and Alchemy: The Mystery of Transformation (pp. 11-17). Munich: Hirmer Verlag.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Artists and the Philosophers' Stone. In S. Laube, & P. Feuerstein-Herz (Eds.), Goldenes Wissen: Die Alchemie: Substanzen - Synthesen - Symbolik (pp. 87-97). Wölfenbuttel: Herzog August Bibliothek.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Die Feuerkünste. In S. Dupré, D. von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, & B. Wismer (Eds.), Kunst und Alchemie. Das Geheimnis der Verwandlung (pp. 84-113). Munich: Hirmer Verlag.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Galileo and the Culture of Glass. In A. Albrecht, G. Cordibella, & V. Remmert (Eds.), Tintenfass und Teleskop: Galileo Galilei im Schnittpunkt Wissenschaftlicher, Literarischer und Visueller Kulturen im Europäischen 17. Jahrhundert. (pp. 297-319). Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Laboratories of Art: Introduction. In S. Dupré (Ed.), Laboratories of Art: Alchemy and Art Technology from Antiquity to the 18th Century (pp. VII-XIX). Heidelberg: Archimedes.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Making Materials: The Arts of Fire. In S. Dupré, D. von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, & B. Wismer (Eds.), Art and Alchemy: The Mystery of Transformation (pp. 84-113). Munich: Hirmer Verlag.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). The Value of Glass and the Translation of Artisanal Knowledge in Early Modern Antwerp. In B. Ramakers, C. Göttler, & J. Woodall (Eds.), Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp (pp. 138-161). (Netherlands Yearbook for Art History). Leiden: Brill.
  • Dupré, S., Hachmann, A., von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, D., & Wismer, B. (in press). Kunst und Alchemie: Eine Einfährung. In D. von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, S. Dupré, & B. Wismer (Eds.), Kunst und Alchemie. Das Geheimnis der Verwandlung (pp. 11-18). Munich: Hirmer Verlag.
  • Dupré, S., von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, D., & Wismer, B. (in press). Kunst und Alchemie: Das Geheimnis der Verwandlung / Art and Alchemy: The Mystery of Transformation. Munich: Hirmer Verlag.

2013

  • Dupré, S. (in press). Book review: Pamela O. Long, 'Artisan/Practitioners and the Rise of the New Sciences, 1400-1600', Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2011. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 35, 279-281.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Le telescope de Galilée, la lune et la lumiére céleste. In C. Grell (Ed.), La Lune (pp. 45-77). (Les Styles du Savoir). Turnhout: Brepols.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Papieren kennis: van het atelier naar de academie. In Kunst Antwerpen Academie 350 (pp. 40-45). Antwep: BAI and Museum aan de Stroom.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Ronchi's Leonardo. In M. Nanni, & Torrini (Eds.), Leonardo '1952' e la Cultura Dell' Europa nel Dopoguerra (pp. 179-196). (Biblioteca Leonardiana -Studi e Documenti). Florence: Olschki.
  • Dupré, S. (2013). TheTransnational Galileo. A Telescopic View from Somewhere. Nuncius, 28(2), 465-476. DOI: 10.1163/18253911-02802004 

2012

  • Dupré, S. (2012). Kepler's Optics without Hypotheses. Synthese, 185(3), 501-525. DOI: 10.1007/s11229-011-9977-6 
  • Dupré, S. (Author). (Accepted/In press). [Perspectiva+]: a Digital Platform for the History of Optics in Collaboration with the Biblioteca Hertziana (Max Planck Institute for Art History), Rome. Web publication/site, Perspectiva+.Retrieved from http://perspectiva.biblhertz.it/index.html 
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Book review: J.L. Heilbron, 'Galileo', Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010 and David Wootton, 'Galileo, Watcher of the Skies', New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2010. Renaissance Quarterly, 65, 1230-1232.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Introduction. In S. Dupré, & H. J. Cook (Eds.), Translating Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries (pp. 3-17). Zürich: LIT Verlag.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). The Return of the Species: Jesuit Responses to Kepler's New Theory of Images. In W. Boer, & C. Göttler (Eds.), Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe (pp. 473-487). Leiden: Brill.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Writing the History of the Telescope: Makers, Markets and Mapping. In S. Dupré, A. Morrison-Low, S. Johnston, & G. Strano (Eds.), From Earth-Bound to Satellite: Telescopes, Skills and Networks (pp. xxiii-xxix). (History of Science and Medicine Library/ Scientific Instruments and Collections Series). Leiden: Brill.
  • Dupré, S., & Clarke, M. (in press). Transmission of Artists' Knowledge. Brussels: Royal Flemish Academy of Arts and Sciences.
  • Dupré, S., & Cook, H. J. (in press). Translating Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries. Zürich: LIT Verlag.
  • Dupré, S., Morrison-Low, A., Johnston, S., & Strano, G. (in press). From Earth-Bound to Satellite. Telescopes, Skills and Networks. Leiden: Brill.

2011

  • Dupré, S. (in press). Book review: Alexander Marr, 'Between Raphael and Galileo. Mutio Oddi and the Mathematical Culture of Late Renaissance Italy', Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2011. Intellectual History Review, 21, 535-536.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Silent Messengers: The Worlds of Goods and the Circulation of Knowledge in the Early Modern Netherlands. In S. Dupré, & C. Lüthy (Eds.), Silent Messengers: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries (pp. 1-12). Berlin: LIT Verlag.
  • Dupré, S. (2011). Technology and Engineering [Review of: L. Roberts, S. Schaffer, P. Dear (2007) The Mindful Hand: Inquiry and Invention from the Late Renaissance to Early Industrialization]. Annals of Science, 68(2), 291-294. DOI: 10.1080/00033790902898417 
  • Dupré, S. (in press). The Historiography of Perspective and Reflexy-Const in Netherlandish Art. Nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek = Netherlands yearbook for history of art, 61, 35-60.
  • Dupré, S. (2011). [Reviewof: G. Freudenthal, P. McLaughlin (2009) The Social and Economic Roots of the Scientific Revolution]. Centaurus, 53(1), 73-74. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0498.2010.00212.x 
  • Dupré, S., & Lüthy, C. (in press). Silent Messengers: The Circulation of Material Objects of Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries. Berlin: LIT Verlag.

2010

  • Dupré, S. (2010). Art History, History of Science, and Visual Experience: [Review of: M. Kemp (2007) The Human Animal in Western Art and Science; M. Kemp (2004) Leonardo; M. Kemp (2006) Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment, and Design; M. Kemp (2006) Seen | Unseen: Art, Science and Intuition]. Isis, 101(3), 618-622. DOI: 10.1086/657175 
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Review essay: Rolf Riekher, 'Johannes Kepler. Schriften zur Optik 1604-1611. Eingefährt und ergänzt durch historische Beiträge zur Optik- und Fernrohrgeschichte von Rolf Riekher'. Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Harri Deutsch, 2006. Beiträge zur Astronomiegeschichte, 10, 346-351.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Trading Luxury Glass, Picturing Collections and Consuming Objects of Knowledge in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp. Intellectual History Review, 20, 53-78.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). William Bourne's Invention: Projecting a Telescope and Optical Speculation in Elizabethan England. In S. Dupré, A. Van Helden, R. Van Gent, & H. Zuidervaart (Eds.), The Origins of the Telescope (pp. 129-145). (History of Science and Scholarship). Amsterdam: KNAW Press.
  • Dupré, S., & Leitao, H. (in press). Nota de abertura. In Sidereus Nuncius o Mensageiro das Estrelas by Galileu Galilei (pp. 7-9). Lisbon: Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian.
  • Dupré, S., & Roose, A. (in press). In memoriam: Fernand Hallyn (1945-2009). Studium, 3(1), 56-59.
  • Dupré, S., Van Helden, A., & Zuidervaart, H. (in press). Introduction. In S. Dupré, A. Van Helden, R. Van Gent, & H. Zuidervaart (Eds.), The Origins of the Telescope (pp. 1-8). (History of Science and Scholarship). Amsterdam: KNAW Press.
  • Dupré, S., Van Helden, A., van Gent, R., & Zuidervaart, H. (in press). The Origins of the Telescope. Amsterdam: KNAW Press.

2009

  • Dupré, S. (in press). Book review: 'Microscopes of the Ancien Régime': Dario Generali and Marc J. Ratcliff (eds.), From Makers to Users: Microscopes, Markets, and Scientific Practices in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries / Dagli artigiani ai naturalisti: Microscopi, offerta dei mercati e pratiche scientifiche nei secoli XVII e XVIII, Florence: Leo S.Olschki Editore, 2007. Metascience, 18, 107-110.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Die Ursprünge des Teleskops: von der Lesebrille bis zum astronomischen Fernrohr. Sterne und Weltraum, 48(1), 44-54.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Die Ursprünge des Teleskops: von der Lesebrille bis zum astronomischen Fernrohr. In J. Renn, J. Staude, & M. Valleriani (Eds.), Galilei und die Anderen: Hintergründe einer Revolution der Astronomie (pp. 32-42). (Sterne und Weltraum Dossier). Heidelberg: Spektrum der Wissenschaft Verlag.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Galileo y su legado. Temas Investigación y Ciencia, 58, 30-39.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Het verleden van het verre-kijken. Scientific American, 4, 56-63.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Los origines del telescopio. Investigacion y ciencia, 52-61.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Preface: Early Modern Cosmography. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, 59, 419-422.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Printing Practical Mathematics: Oronce Finé's 'De speculo ustorio' between Paper and Craft. In A. Marr (Ed.), The Worlds of Oronce Finé: Mathematics, Instruments and Print in Renaissance France (pp. 64-82). Donington: Shaun Tyas.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Wonder and Experiments in Kepler's Optics and Dioptrics. In J. Wlodarczyk, & R. L. Kremer (Eds.), Johannes Kepler: From Tübingen to Zagan (pp. 223-237). (Studia Copernicana). Warsaw: Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Dupré, S. (2009). [Review of: E. Grant (2007) A History of Natural Philosophy from the Ancient World to the Nineteenth Century]. Medical History, 53(1), 149-150. DOI: 10.1017/S0025727300003495 
  • Dupré, S., & Hallyn, F. (in press). Early Modern Cosmography. Turnhout: Brepols.
  • Dupré, S., & Korey, M. (2009). Inside the Kunstkammer: The Circulation of Optical Knowledge and Instruments at the Dresden Court. Studies in history and philosophy of science. Pt. A, 40(4), 405-420. DOI: 10.1016/j.shpsa.2009.10.001 
  • Dupré, S., & Korey, M. (in press). Optical Objects in the Dresden Kunstkammer: Lucas Brunn and the Courtly Display of Knowledge. In G. Strano, S. Johnston, M. Miniati, & A. Morrison-Low (Eds.), European Collections of Scientific Instruments: 1550-1750 (pp. 61-85). (History of Science and Medicine Library). Leiden: Brill.
  • Dupré, S., & Roose, A. (in press). In memoriam: Fernand Hallyn (1945-2009). Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, 59, 605-608.

2008

  • Dupré, S. (in press). Aguilón, Vitruvianism and his Opticorum libri sex. In P. Lombaerde (Ed.), Innovation and Experience in Early Baroque in the Southern Netherlands: The Case of the Jesuit Church in Antwerp (pp. 53-66). (Architectura Moderna). Turnhout: Brepols.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Book review: Horst Bredekamp, 'Galilei der Könstler: Der Mond, die Sonne, die Hand', Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2007. Nuncius, 23, 396-397.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Book review: Jutta Schickore, 'The Microscope and the Eye: A History of Reflections, 1740-1870', Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2007. Bildwelten des Wissens, 6, 107-108.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Images in the Air: Optical Games, Magic, and Imagination. In C. Göttler, & W. Neuber (Eds.), Spirits Unseen: The Representation of Subtle Bodies in Early Modern European Culture (pp. 71-92). (Intersections). Leiden: Brill.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Newton's Telescope in Print: the Role of Images in the Reception of Newton's Instrument. Perspectives on Science, 16(4), 328-359.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Preistoria dell' invenzione del telescopio. In G. Strano (Ed.), Il telescopio di Galileo. Lo strumento che ha cambiato il mondo (pp. 19-31). Firenze: Giunti.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Review essay: 'De hand van Galilei': Horst Bredekamp, 'Galilei der Könstler: der Mond, die Sonne, die Hand', Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2007. De Gids, 8, 666-678.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). The Prehistory of the Invention of the Telescope. In G. Strano (Ed.), Galileo's Telescope: The Instrument that Changed the World (pp. 19-31). Florence: Giunti.
  • Dupré, S. (2008). The Telescope in History [Review of: J. Hamel, I. Keil (2007) Der Meister und die Fernrohre : das Wechselspiel zwischen Astronomie und Optik in der Geschichte ; Festschrift zum 85. Geburtstag von Rolf Riekher]. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 39(3), 410-411. DOI: 10.1177/002182860803900312 
  • Dupré, S. (2008). [Review of: E.A. Reeves (2008) Galileo's Glassworks: The Telescope and the Mirror]. Renaissance Quarterly, 61(3), 928-929. DOI: 10.1353/ren.0.0172 
  • Dupré, S. (2008). [Review of: V. Ilardi (2007) Renaissance Vision from Spectacles to Telescopes]. Renaissance Quarterly, 61(1), 250-252. DOI: 10.1353/ren.2008.0044 
  • Dupré, S., & Kusukawa, S. (in press). The Circulation of News and Knowledge in Intersecting Networks. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Dupré, S., & Kusukawa, S. (in press). Introduction: the Circulation of News and Knowledge in Intersecting Networks. History of Universities, 23(2), 1-5.

2007

  • Dupré, S. (in press). Playing with Images in a Dark Room: Johannes Kepler's Ludi inside the Camera Obscura. In W. Lefèvre (Ed.), Inside the Camera Obscura: Optics and Art under the Spell of the Projected Image (pp. 59-73). Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Rheita, Antonius Maria Schyrleus de Schyrle [Schierl, Schürle]. In T. Hockey (Ed.), The Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers (pp. 965-966). New York: Springer.
  • Dupré, S. (2007). [Review of: M. Biagioli (2006) Galileo's Instruments of Credit: Telescopes, Images, Secrecy]. Renaissance Quarterly, 60(1), 223-225. DOI: 10.1353/ren.2007.0036 

2006

  • Dupré, S. (2006). [Reviewof: J.-V. Blanchard (2005) L'optique du discours au XVIIe siècle: de la rhétorique des jésuites au style de la raison moderne (Descartes, Pascal)]. Isis, 97(4), 746-747. DOI: 10.1086/512879 
  • Dupré, S. (in press). François de Aguilón, Optica en Vitruvianisme. Scientiarum Historia, 32, 17-36.
  • Dupré, S. (in press). Visualization in Renaissance Optics: The Function of Geometrical Diagrams and Pictures in the Transmission of Practical Knowledge. In S. Kusukawa, & I. Maclean (Eds.), Transmitting Knowledge: Words, Images and Instruments in Early Modern Europe (pp. 11-39). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Dupré, S., & Korey, M. (in press). Optica est ars bene videndi: From Gemma's Radius to Galileo's Telescope. In M. Folkerts, & A. Kühne (Eds.), Astronomy as a Model for the Sciences in Early Modern Times: Papers from the International Symposium Munich, 10-12 March 2003 (pp. 355-368). (Algorismus: Studien zur Geschichte der Mathematik und der Naturwissenschaften). Augsburg: Dr. Erwin Rauner Verlag.
  • Dupré, S., & Korey, M. (in press). The Use and Re-use of Optical Instruments: Creating Knowledge in the Dresden Kunstkammer. In B. Grob, & H. Hooijmakers (Eds.), Who Needs Scientific Instruments? (pp. 75-80). Leiden: Museum Boerhaave.

2017

2015

  • Dupré, S. (2015). [Review of: T. McCall, S. Roberts, G. Fiorenza (2013)'Visual Cultures of Secrecy in Early Modern Europe]. Isis, 106(1), 176-177. DOI: 10.1086/681843 

2014

  • Dupré, S. (2014). [Review of: O. Gal, R. Chen-Morris (2013) Baroque Science]. Early Science and Medicine, 19(4), 373-375. DOI: 10.1163/15733823-00194P06 
  • Dupré, S. (2014). [Reviewof: M. Quinlan-McGrath (2013) Influences: Art, Optics, and Astrology in the Italian Renaissance]. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 45(1), 132-134. DOI: 10.1177/002182861404500111 

2009

  • Dupré, S. (2009). [Review of: C. Bohlmann, T. Fink, P. Weiss (2008) Lichtgefüge des 17. Jahrhunderts : Rembrandt und Vermeer - Leibniz und Spinoza]. Sehepunkte, 9(9).

Mediaoptreden

  • Dupré, S. (02-08-2017). Materialized Identities [Web]. Materialized Identities.

Andere

  • Dupré, S. G. M. (organiser), Harris, A. (organiser), Kursell, J. (organiser), Lulof, P. S. (organiser) & Stols-Witlox, M. J. N. (organiser) (2017). Lorentz Workshop Re-enactment, Replication, Reconstruction, Leiden, Netherlands. The workshop brings together specialists from the fields of art history, archaeology, conservation, musicology and anthropology. Its goals are to (…) (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
  • Stols-Witlox, M. (organiser), Lulof, P. S. (organiser), Dupré, S. G. M. (organiser), Kursell, J. J. E. (organiser) & Harris, A. (organiser) (12-6-2017 - 16-6-2017). Re-enactment, Replication, Reconstruction, Leiden, Netherlands. International workshop with the goals were to reflect on reconstruction, re-enactment and replication (RRR) practices across the fields of history of (…) (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
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